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This week New Zealand police achieved their first conviction using controversial familial DNA testing. Civil liberties campaigner Stuart Cummings shares his concerns about the process with Breakfast.
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Christchurch mayor Bob Parker talks about the latest controversy in public art; a $15,000 pile of coal
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Breakfast speaks to ONE News Pacific correspondent Barbara Dreaver after she was deported from Fiji.
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Paul Henry and his Paul-cam go on another biscuit crusade
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Breakfast's regional reporters with tales from around the country: world cup ticket prices, hydroslide extreme and guinea pigs on the menu.
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Now Playing: Breakfast feedback: 17.12.08 (3:36)
Paul and Pippa share a selection of viewer feedback
Breakfast: Wednesday December 17
Published: 12:16AM Wednesday December 17, 2008
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